Past Meetup

The Central London Humanists Yuletide Party 2011

The Larrik Inn

32 Crawford Street W1H 5NN London · London

How to find us

The nearest tube stations are Edgeware Road and Marylebone. Baker Street, Paddington and Marble Arch are also all within 10 to 15 minutes walking distance

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Details

The Central London Humanists invite you to celebrate the Winter Solstice with a fun evening of song, dance and merriment.

Put on your best dress or fancy dress. Come as Santa, baby Jesus, Frosty the Snowman or Rudolf, or just come as yourself for a great night out. The bar is booked for our exclusive use so please feel free to bring a friend or three along.

The BHA Choir and The Crisp Mooses, an acoustic trio, will be joining us to perform some seasonal secular favourites and lead us in song.

Canapes will be served during the evening, and light winter snacks will be available for you to purchase from the bar.

We will also have a raffle for prizes you never knew existed and there will be a chance to kiss your favourite humanist(s) under the mistletoe.

Bring along your finest party tunes on your iPod, but please no Cliff Richard carols. If there are any budding or existing DJs amongst our members please get in touch with Helen, otherwise Dave will be playing the 12" version of Mike Oldfield all night!

Do let us know if you have further suggestions for making the evening a success.

Can you kindly register your intention to come on either Meet Up or Face Book, so we have an idea of numbers for catering.

It is a lovely large venue with disabled access. Have a look at their website below.

http://www.thelarrik.com/

The nearest tube stations are Edgware Road and Marylebone. Baker Street, Paddington and Marble Arch are also all within 10 to 15 minutes walking distance.

Further details on the night's festivities to follow.

If you have any questions or suggestions for entertainment please contact Helen Palmer on Tel:[masked]

A small donation will be requested on the night to cover food and costs.

Helen Palmer

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